1914. JONES, Ronald P. NONCONFORMIST CHURCH ARCHITECTURE. AN ESSAY. London: The Lindsey Press, 1914. 8vo. Blind-stamped cloth, gilt, top edge gilt. 62 pages, 12 photographic plates. First edition. "This essay is an attempt to reason out the problem of modern church design as it presents itself to that branch of Nonconformity, from its origin in the seventeenth century, has gradually developed into a group of Unitarian and kindred Liberal Christian congregations." The chapters include the Eighteenth Century; the Greek Revival; the Gothic Revival; and the Modern Church, with photographs of representative examples starting with the eighteenth century interior of Friars' Street Chapel, Ipswich to the nineteenth century Gothic Revival interior of Ullet Road Church, Liverpool. Bookplate, sporatic foxing to first few leaves, else very good. (Inventory #: 39683)
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